The TSUNLA and Tennessee State University generously sponsored members of the TSU Nonprofit Leadership Association (TSUNLA) to attend the American Humanics Management Institute in Indianapolis, IN which was held January 4- 7, 2009.
The American Humanics program is an innovative course of study that equips college and university students to become skilled professionals and leaders in America's nonprofit organizations.Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, American Humanics is the only national nonprofit organization meeting this need. To ensure students' success, American Humanics provides leadership opportunities, internships, and scholarships as well as education curriculum.
For more information about American Humanics and its programs, please visit http://www.humanics.org/.
The TSUNLA Executive Campus Director Dr. Joan Gibran, TSUNLA Student Members Jacqueline Meeks and Susan West attended American Humanics Management Institute 2009.
The American Humanics Management/Leadership Institute (AHMI) is an intensive educational symposium established by American Humanics in 1973. AHMI provides the capstone experience in nonprofit management and leadership education. Local and national nonprofit leaders present issues pertinent to professional leadership and engage participants through workshops, dialogues, forums and case studies. Expanded AHMI Placement Services allows local and national nonprofit executives to interview participants for internships, fellowships, and professional positions. The unique, interactive format of the Institute exposes the next generation of nonprofit leaders to the realistic experiences of a nonprofit organization.